Religion and politics: Do the ‘nones’ have it?

So far the nones haven't changed the U.S. political landscape very much, but in time, they are going to change it profoundly.

Our Lady of Revenue: New York City churches go on the market, leaving parishioners cynical

Our Lady of Vilnius Church, built by families of immigrant Lithuanian longshoremen, started out a century ago as a beloved worship space. Now, it's a coveted real estate asset.

In 2013, six years after the church was closed, it was sold for $13 million to one of the city's biggest developers. The following year, that company flipped it like a pancake to another developer for $18.4 million.

Now the yellow brick church near the entrance to the Holland Tunnel awaits demolition to make way for an 18-story luxury apartment house.